max max X ∫dY ∫dY [ NASA msu precipitation ] : X precipitation data

precipitation int_dY int_dY partial_X max X precipitation from NASA msu: Gridded oceanic rainfall data from the Microwave Sounding Unit.

Independent Variables (Grids)

Time (time)
grid: /T (julian_day) ordered (1 Jan 1979) to (31 May 1994) by 1.0 N= 5630 pts :grid

Other Info

1.74532925199433×10-05 meter radian north
max max $partialdiff sub X$ $integral dY$ $integral dY$ [ NASA msu precipitation ]
max over Y[61.25N, 61.25S]
max over X[180W, 177.5E]


Spencer, R.W. and J.R. Christy, 1990: Precise monitoring of global temperature trends from satellites. Science, 247, 1558-1562.

Spencer, R.W., J.R. Christy, and N.C. Grody, 1990: Global atmospheric temperature monitoring with satellite microwave measurements: Methods and results 1979-84. J. Climate, 3, 1111-1128.

Spencer, R.W. and J.R. Christy, 1993: Precision lower stratospheric temperature monitoring with the MSU: Technique, validation, and results 1979-91. J. Climate, 6, 1194-1204.

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